North Korea has placed two of its intermediate range missiles on mobile launches and hidden them on the east coast of the country. It seems as though their new Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un is acting just like a child who wants to play with his new toys. Is this guy really serious? The concession is that he wants to show the military how macho he is, after all he is the new kid on the block. Now the world is waiting to see when and to what extreme North Korea will shoot this missile. It’s not that it is the first time that North Korea has fired a missile, right over South Korea as a matter of fact. This time it is different because of all the rhetoric that is coming out of this new young leaders mouth. I really don’t know what to make of his play acting, or is it play acting? Whatever the case may be he is playing a very dangerous game. This game of seeing how far can I go before I cause the sleeping giant to blink is a game that will not be won by this young leader who has found himself leader of a country that is backward to begin with in comparison to most of the industrial nations. At night, if a plane fly’s over North and South Korea it will observe that over South Korea there will be lights which will distinguish the freedom of that country, but when it fly’s over North Korea it shows total darkness which represents the suppression of its people, that North Korea is poor to the extreme; the people have become stalemated to the fact that their future is strictly one man rule. That is the most dangerous part, the people have no rational as to what a leader of this type is leading them into except complete destruction that the United States can inflict on them in a matter of days. I call it insanity, but of course, that’s what dictators are, insane.
We must not send wrong messages to North Korea, or the world for that matter in this situation, that is the worst thing we can do, the most powerful nation on earth and we have delayed a missile test amid tensions with North Korea. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel decided to postpone the tests because of our tensions with North Korea. This is so foolhardy. Because of this crisis that Kim Jong-Un started, we beefed up Naval exercises with the South Korean Navy, we sent extra anti-missiles to Guam and now Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel holds back us, the United States delaying the firing of a test missile because of the fact that Kim Jong-Un does not have a missile of its caliber and it would only make him yearn for one even more so. It is so ridicules to rationalize North Korea in this fashion mainly for that’s the reason they will continue to perfect their missile system no matter what we do or not do. How do our enemies look at our inaction? We should act like the United States of America, we do not appease our enemies, that’s what makes us what we are, a world power. Do you think for a minute that this would stop North Korea from continuing their game plan of perfecting their missile program? North Korea has already broken promises from the Carter and Clinton Administration in regard to gathering material for a nuclear bomb. This country has lied with every agreement that has been put forward to them; we should not only continue the testing of this missile, but we should send it within close tracking distance to North Korea, so this young punk they have running their country now will soil his underwear, when he sees that the toys he is experimenting with are nothing in comparison to the toys we have planned for him.
China can not be happy with North Korea right now. I am sure China and North Korea have the same game plan except for the fact that North Korea is prematurely rushing it. We need to go over just a little history here. Asia is so mass with people, and give those people weapons, you have a horror. General Douglas MacArthur who spent most of his military career in Asia, as a matter of fact he was the one who restored Japan to democracy after World War II and they became what they are today under his leadership, made a statement warning the United States that is in all the history books and that statement was “never fight a land war in Asia”. So what does President Lyndon Johnson do in our participation in Vietnam, he sends 500,000 American troops to fight in Asia and what makes it worst he controlled what borders to cross and not to cross. This is the main obstacle China and North Korea sees in the United States to this day. They don’t want us in Asia, they don’t want us in their back yard, they want us out and we can’t get out as long as we have assured South Korea and Japan we will always be there to protect them. We are there for the long haul as long as need be. In the meantime, lets exercise some self respect.